The Premier League have confirmed Liverpool finished top of their Fair Play League for 2013-14.
The Reds ended the campaign top of the standings with a score of 328.8, ahead of Arsenal (324), Everton (323.5) and Manchester City (320).
Over the course of the season, points are distributed for red and yellow cards, positive play, respect towards opponents and referees and behaviour of officials.
Having received just one red card all term, Liverpool's final points tally was 1315. A full explanation of how points are awarded can be found on the Premier League website.
Upon hearing the news, Brendan Rodgers told Liverpoolfc.com: "We are delighted to top the Fair Play League at the end of one of our most successful seasons in recent history.
"Our fans, players and staff make up what we like to call the world's greatest football family and as part of that we look to uphold the club's values which include unity, dignity and commitment, which have been shown throughout the season."
The funding for the award is provided by the FA Charity Committee and the club will be awarded £30,000 that can be used towards community or youth projects.
Meanwhile, Liverpool supporters finished second in the final Behaviour of the Public Fair Play League just behind Sunderland's followers.
Reds fans ended the season on 329 points, which are awarded by Premier League delegates for positive verbal support and recognition of outstanding play by the opposition, as well as respect for match officials and opposing fans.
Bob Humphries, chair of the Liverpool FC Supporters' Committee, said: "Liverpool FC supporters are some of the world's most loyal and passionate fans.
"As chair of the club's Supporters' Committee I am extremely proud that us fans rank so highly on the Behaviour of the Public league table.
"We travel across the world following our team and we do our best to represent the club in the best way possible."